Toronto Blue Jays’ ace Ryu Hyun-jin’s first opponent of the 2021 season will likely be his old rival the New York Yankees.
St. Louis Cardinals' pitcher Kim Kwang-hyun joined the SK Wyverns, his former club, at their spring training camp on Wednesday.
The 2020 postseason started strong for the MLB's Korean contingent, with three of the four players earning a spot in the playoffs, but only a few games later there's just one man left standing.
The two Korean major league pitchers - Ryu Hyun-jin of the Toronto Blue Jays and Kim Kwang-hyun of the St. Louis Cardinals - were hoping for another historic double win on Chuseok, but sadly that wasn’t to be.
With the MLB’s shortened 60-game season now completed, three of the four Korean major leaguers are expected to appear in the postseason this year.
For the first time in 15 years, two Korean major league pitchers have picked up wins on the same day.
For the fourth and the final time this season, the two Korean major leaguers will be starting on the same day on Thursday. With the clock winding down on the shortened 2020 season, they'll both be looking to finish strong.
St. Louis Cardinals' Korean pitcher Kim Kwang-hyun is back throwing in his home stadium as he recovers from a kidney ailment that left him hospitalized over the weekend in Chicago.
St. Louis Cardinals' Korean starter Kim Kwang-hyun has been placed on the injured list (IL) with a kidney ailment, bringing his promising rookie season to an abrupt halt.
Kim Kwang-hyun of the St Louis Cardinals throws a pitch during a game against the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati on Wednesday.